Nudists accept themselves and others for who they are and what they look like. They don't compare.Cheri is right, it doesn't matter. And that's the great thing about being a TRUE nudist is that it doesn't matter. We take everyone for what they are, not how they look. Anyway, we have what we have and you really can't do much about it.
Welp, it's definitely in the right section, Frequently Asked Question indeed lol.
What do we think we are, a bunch of immature children man? :P No one's gonna point and laugh saying "Omg, look how tiny Tim is!" That's just silly to think. Heck, to my knowledge, most peeps would be flaccid anyways, so it totally depends if you're a shower or a grower.
Personally, I would prefer to be small while out and about. It's much more easier to actually move and do stuff :P It seems troublesome to have an elogated penis while trying to play volleyball or something. But hey, that's just me, I'm an active guy. I'll never understand why some guy would want to appear as "big" to others. To brag? Boast? No one's having sex, so who cares? xD
Anyways, that's just my thoughts. Over and out!
A real dumb question. One of the things that I like about nudists in general is how non-judgmental everyone is. There is a lot more criticism about people's builds and sizes in the textile world than there is in the nudist world. You often hear negative comments about a person's girth, posture or some other physical attribute in the textile world but I have never heard such comments in the nudist world. You have to learn to accept people as they are and get to know them as individuals.
I don't really see this as a dumb question at all. If the original poster is being serious, he could be new to the lifestyle and this is something that bothers him, especially if during high school he was picked on in the locker room for such a thing.
Some people have answered the question...true nudists really don't care about the size of others. However, if you go to a clothing optional beach, be prepared for some people to possibly point and laugh. Two summers ago, I went to our local c/o beach and was in the water, which was still pretty cold at the time. I came out to where I was only about knee high in the water when a group of younger (probably 19-20 year olds) people were walking by, wearing their bathing suits. I definitely had some "shrinkage" going on and I saw one of the girls look over at me and heard her giggling as she walked by.